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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing What Form 843 Delays

Instructions and Help about What Form 843 Delays

Hello, I'm Frank Hartman with the Hartman Law Firm. - I'm a practicing lawyer in Charleston, South Carolina specializing in auto accidents and personal injury. - Today, we are going to answer the question: Is there any reason for you to delay the settlement of your property damage claim? - No, in fact, under the law, you have a duty to mitigate your damages. - You need to get your car moved from the storage facility because once it gets towed and taken to the tow yard, it typically starts running a tab of about twenty or thirty dollars a day. - The insurance company needs to be contacted immediately and they need to go and take it from the tow yard to a storage facility so that it will not continue accruing storage fees. - Lastly, the liability carrier, once it has accepted liability, only has an obligation to provide you with a rental car for a reasonable period of time. - Typically, a reasonable period of time is going to be the period of time in which it takes for them to talk to their driver, find out whether there was any liability issues, and essentially how the wreck occurred. - More importantly, they need to make a determination about whether your car is going to be a total loss or not. - Once they make a decision about whether they're going to repair your car or whether it's a total loss, their obligation to provide you with the rental car ends at that point. - It's actually in your best interest to resolve your property damage claim as quickly as you possibly can. - I'm Frank Hartman with the Hartman Law Firm and today we answered the question: Should you wait to resolve your property damage claim? -...